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henrikc
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Joined: 28 Aug 2003
Posts: 6
Location: Copenhagen
Expertise: I love coffee

Espresso: Izzo Vivi
Grinder: Mazzer Mini B
Roaster: Quest M3
Posted Wed Jan 30, 2013, 4:44am
Subject: Quest M3 roaster, change of vent to force smoke upwards...
 

Hi,
I experienced with my new roaster, that the horizontal discharge of roast emmisions were not caught well by my kitchen exhaust over the cooker, so I decided to make a small modification which guides the exhaust upwards...not rocket science, just for your inspiration.
I reused two screws to hold the contraption in place.
The slotted vent to the left of the new chimney is the motor vent , and no smoke should exit from here!
Works wonders for me...

Please do not look at the moron (me, taking the picture) in the distorted reflection.....

Cheers,
Henrik

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